Montessori owner plans potential Moorestown move

Lydia B. Stokes, a township resident, was a champion for education and a lover of nature, among many other things. The advocate was active from the 1950s until her passing in the 1980s, according to the Lydia B. Stokes Foundation. Maria Montessori, the Italian founder of the education method that…
Published in Neighbors

Merchantville School PTA

Hello families! The long-awaited schedules are active in the Real Time Parent Portal! Log in using the codes sent in the summer mailing to find out your children’s teachers. Don’t forget to submit a room parent request if you would like to be considered for a Room Parent position for…
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Camp Invention at MES

Merchantville School, 130 S Centre Street, Merchantville, New Jersey is offering a summer program of the National Inventors Hall of Fame®, Camp Invention is an exciting, week-long summer adventure with lessons that explore connections between science, technology, engineering, and innovation. Children in kindergarten through 6th grade work together to seek…
Published in Elementary

The First Tee Golf Outing 2018

The Camden County Bar Association Young Lawyer Committee and the Camden County Bar Foundation present their 3rd annual "First Tee" Golf Outing for the First Tee of Greater Philadelphia on July 9th at 12 p.m. The First Tee of Greater Philadelphia impacts the lives of young people by providing educational…
Published in Camden County

Classroom Adventure Stories Presents: Reading Rock!

On Wednesday, June 06, 2018 - 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM in Merchantville Library Area for children ages 3-12. A local favorite storyteller, Don Dougherty of Classroom Adventure Stories, returns to perform his new story Reading Rocks!
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Pajama Story Time

When: Monday, June 04, 2018 - 6:30 PM - 7:15 PMWhere: Merchantville Library Who: All AgesCome in your PJs and join us for stories and a craft before bedtime.
Published in Library

Infinite Herbs Comes to Jersey

Camilo Penalosa said that Infinite Herbs wanted to come to New Jersey—Vineland, in particular—and the nationwide culinary herb producer based out of Florida is bringing more than 100 jobs with them when they set up shop at 2440 N. Mill Road later this year. “For years we have wanted to…
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FBI Urges Internet Users to Reboot Home Routers

The FBI on Monday went public with a warning, urging people to reboot the internet routers in their homes because Russian hackers have targeted hundreds of thousands of the devices. The FBI said malware capable of shutting down web traffic and collecting private information can come through internet routers. But…
Published in New Jersey

Gun Safety Town Hall

On Tuesday, May 29, 2018 at 5:00 p.m., Congressman Donald Norcross (NJ-01) hosted a school gun violence town hall with a panel of students, parents, administrators, health experts, law enforcement officials and gun violence victims. “As tragic school shootings continue to occur, we can’t just have moments of silence for…
Published in Camden County

Catch the Cooper Regatta

The Camden County Board of Freeholders welcomes the Catch the Cooper Regatta to Cooper River on June 16th. 
Published in Camden County

Collins Hall Gets Historic Marker

On September 6, 1886, John S. Collins acquired land in Merchantville from Senator Alexander G. Cattell. Collins was a founder and developer of Miami Beach and Collins Avenue, there, bears his name. In 1887, carpenters built a lumber yard complex on this site. Fire, in 1892, destroyed the existing main…
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